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out here in the midtown section of san jose. this is near the corner of fruitdale avenue and lee avenue, where at 8:30 a fire broke out at the upper level of this apartment complex. someone was burning a fire in their fire place. it very quickly went to three alarms. the firefighters arrived, sprayed a lot of water on it. that's when they did an interior attack. one of the captains went inside and the roof partially collapsed on this captain, knocked him down. he suffered relatively minor to moderate injuries. they're not sure at this point. he went to the hospital. but six units were evacuated. six families had a very rough thanksgiving. we talked to one man. >> this is one heck of a thanksgiving for you, huh? >> yes, sir. but on the good side, my family is okay, and that's what i'm thankful for. it's a really bad feeling but we're okay, and that's the most important thing. >> reporter: fantastic attitude on this holiday. a lot of these firefighters are now in the mop-up phase. again, a three-alarm fire, nobody hurt except for that one firefighter. live in san jose, kiet do, cb
very hotly contested votes in san jose. tonight. a david and goliath showdown over raising the minimum wage. it is winning, 57% to 43%, winding handily right now. it would impact 50,000 san jose workers by increasing the minimum wage from 8 to $10 an hour. that's with 14% of the precincts reporting. >> this originated as a chas project from san jose state. but it has turned into a heavy weight battle. >> reporter: the folks here at local labor unions like the way it is going tonight with measure d. the south bay labor council is a powerful coalition of unions. they were careful not to call it a victory speech but if this passes it will touch a lot of lives. >> anyone know what this means tonight? 50,000 people in san jose, the tenth largest city in the country, are going to get a raise. [ cheering ]. . >> another 20,000 people are going to see their pay increase because the people they're managing are making more money. 70,000 people's lives are going to get better. >> reporter: and so again, it would have a ripple effect. the bosses of all those people working and managing those minim
are still struggling and we're seeing and feeling the effects every day. police officers in san jose, for instance, are resigning instead of putting up with lower wages and lower benefits. there are now less than 1,000 police officers available for full duty, and only 70% of those are out in the street. it's bad. kiet do says there may be a silver lining. >> reporter: clark has a front- row seat to san jose's rising crime rate, when he caught a burglar red-handed in his bedroom. >> you don't expect somebody in your home that doesn't belong there. >> reporter: he used to be the neighborhood watch vice president. he says there have been about ten break-ins in the area in the past six months. he said with fewer cops on the streets, prowlers are getting bold. >> when things go wrong, we need officers there to support us. >> reporter: san jose police have written a special memo to the city about the police shortage. >> the numbers are not good. >> reporter: over the past decade, sjpd went from a high of 1,420 officers to 1024 today. it now drops down to 978. minus detectives, support staf
, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. san jose has ended in a shootout. police have established a comm >>> and we have breaking news. a police chase in san jose has ended in a shoot-out. police have established a command post on daytona drive. this all started when officers spotted a car wanted in several robberies. it turned into a chase that ended with the suspects firing at the officers in east san jose. one officer was slightly injured. he was hit by either gunfire or flying glass. the suspects are still on the loose and police are still looking for them. we'll keep you posted. >>> they're calling it the bust of a lifetime, but a bay area police officer had to ditch his wife at her own birthday dinner to make it. the oakland police officer, ernesto leyva, was off duty last night, having dinner with his wife at ruth's chris steak house in san francisco. and that's when he spotted one of oakland's most wanted, 20- year-old ronnie flenaugh, a notorious gangster wanted for murder, shootings, robberies, and all sorts of other things. >> what drew the attention to the
7/11 store in san jose where this all happened. speaking with the victims dad about his son's final moments and the suspect who is still on the loose. >> reporter: in the final seconds of his life. his dad saw this man and another suspect running towards him wearing a mass and can a mask and a gun. >> the gunman tried to open the door and he couldn't get the door open. he stepped back and shot into the car. that was my understanding from the young man that was with him. rory looked at him and said his name. and then he just died. >> it was all part of a violent crime spree that started with four armed robberies within an hour friday night. one shown here in the surveillance video. >> an officer sat in this patrol car. the officers utility belt shows how a bullet punctured the pepper spray canister causing it to explode. one of the bullets pierced the holster and damaged the magazine. jonathan will banks crashed the car and was arrested. he was bloody after getting hit twice in the gun battle but still struggled with officers. a 20,000-dollar reward to catch the second suspect. >> t
. >>> two suspects in a deadly crime spree in san jose -- one says he's sorry. jonathan wilbanks walked into court today with his head down. he had -- he and an accomplice are accused of killing a man during a carjacking and wounding a police officer after a series of armed robberies last friday. wilbanks' attorney says his client is extremely remorseful, but that may not help his case. >> the murder of rory, that potentially is a life without possibility of parole or a death penalty charge. the attempted murder of a police officer is a life offense in itself. >> despite a $20,000 reward and all-out man hunt, the second suspect is still on the loose. >>> it is just after 9 in the morning on the israel-gaza border and both sides are respecting the cease-fire, for now. cbs 5 reporter elizabeth cook explains what happens next. >> reporter: the cease-fire means israel will stop targeted assassinations of militant leaders and palestinians in gaza will stop rocket attacks. many fear this cease fear is only a band-aid on a deep wound. after 20 hours of negotiations in egypt, secretary of state
. a rainbow in san jose, signaling round one was done. marin county typically gets hit the hardest during one of these big storms. now people who live in this area and across the bay area are bracing for round two tomorrow night. live in marin county, elizabeth cook, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >>> and up in tahoe, they got a mix of rain and snow today. when all is said and done, ski resorts at lake level and above could get several feet of snow. of course, you can get high-def doppler radar for your neighborhood anytime. go to cbssf.com/weather. >>> the mother of a bay area teenager is begging anyone who knows anything about her daughter's murder to come forward. the 16-year-old and her 15-year- old best friend were gunned down in oakland this weekend. cbs 5 reporter christin ayers talked to the mother tonight. >> reporter: tonight it's quiet on this block of minna street. a teddy bear, flowers and the flicker of candlelight, the only sign that something tragic happened here just days ago. >> these girls did not deserve to be like this, laid in the street, gunned down. >> reporter: the girls were
popular. concord, livermore. oakland, 54. san jose, 52. san francisco, 56. we could cot all the specks of rain on high definitely doppler right now quickly because there are zero. there will be zero for a while. when we change back to a wet pattern it's going to be an abrupt one and we'll see a lot of rain toward the middle of the next week. 13% above normal for oakland. below normal for livermore and san jose. everybody getting a lot of rainfall toward the middle of next week. we're seeing a lot of rainfall in the pacific northwest. november, raining up there. but high pressure is taking that thin band of rainfall and keeping it well to the north. we can say thank you to the high pressure because it's giving us the temperatures in the low 70s over the weekend with mainly sunny skies. as soon as the high moves out, the storm track will sag down in to northern california and really change our weather from very sunny to very wet or very stormy. that pattern change will happen next week specifically next wednesday and for about five straight days we're going to see a chance of rain. enjoy
call police. a principal at a san jose elementary school learned that lesson the hard way. cbs 5 reporter kiet do tells us what happened. >> we the jury in the above- entitled action find the defendant, lyn vijayendran, guilty. >> reporter: former principal lyn vijayendran dabbed away tears as the guilty verdict came down. the jury sent a strong message to school staff everywhere. follow your instincts. >> she stuck her head in the stand when she should have been pulling the alarm. >> reporter: it all began on october of 2011 when the then- principal met with the parent of a second grader. the eight-year-old student said her teacher, craig chandler, blindfolded her and made her lay down in the classroom. they were alone. the student felt something gooey. she felt like maybe it was his tongue on her feet. chandler continued, and at one point the student said she inserted something in her mouth. lyn vijayendran confronted him. as a result, at least one other student was at least also allegedly molested. >> do you think the principal was just naive? >> i think she didn't want this u
for san jose. livermore, 8 degrees below average. 60 for palo alto and cupertino, 60 for heyward. dublin, 60. right around 59 or 60 degrees for alameda, san francisco. we're chilly and showery for the next three days. sunday will be pleasant. mid 60s. back to the upper 60s by next monday and next tuesday. that is your cbs 5 forecast. >> we've got live soccer down here in santa clara. the winner goes on, the loser's season is over. ,,,,,, [ female announcer ] welcome, one and all, to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor. a feeding frenzy, to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever your craving. spend $25, and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend $25, and a frozen butterball turkey, just 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. santa clara >> here's dennis with the sports report tonight at buck shaw stadium in santa clara. >> we decided to do a little soccer tonight for the sports cast. the san jose earthquake had
a u.s. machine from san jose this morning. he refused to stop for officers on bike patrol around 2:00 a.m. the marine then hit one of the officers with his car in a parking garage, prompting police to open fire. another marine with him was arrested for public intoxication. >>> murder charges have been dropped against a man even though he confessed to killing a man. the judge said police didn't read him his rights, had to let him go. in this case the police didn't think they had to. >> reporter: it was with great fanfare police announced an arrest in a murder cases in 2010. he was gunned down as he was getting out of his car at the shopping mall. in front of family and members of his commuter, police announced his killer was his childhood front. now the judge said police never read him his rights. >> the real question was when he was talking about wanting an attorney, whether or not the questioning should have stopped and the judge said it should have. it is something we don't agree with. >> reporter: is it possible police made a critical error here? >> i think the police acted prop
. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, cbs 5. >>> and continuing the theme here, two lucky turkeys won't be showing up for thanksgiving dinner. >> in the spirit of the season, i have one more gift to give, and it goes to a pair of turkeys named cobbler and gobbler. the american people have spoken. and these birds are moving forward. >> for the first time, people voted on facebook for the bird they wanted to save. next stop for those turkeys, a specially prepared pen at mount vernon, george washington's estate. after that, a tranquil requirement. hanging out with the rest of the animals on the farm. >>> go ahead. stuff yourself this thanksgiving! [ laughing ] >> not with those turkeys, though. kim says it's okay, really. >> apparently it's the latest way to lose weight. you can even eat candy. but not just any kind. no, no. >> reporter: the more we get, the more we get. but that can have consequences. >> obesity, diabetes. >> cholesterol problems. >> reporter: now a seismic shift. eat more, lots more, and lose weight. >> really? >> really! it's called volume-metrics. >> could volume po
tomorrow morning. with your low in san francisco. further east, concord, 41, livermore 40, san jose down to 44 degrees tonight. dry for now. tomorrow night rain will build off to the west. we're looking at several straight days of rainfall. flood watch is issued for the sierra foothills and sacramento valley. they be issued for the north bay as soon as tomorrow. significant changes coming. large area of low pressure off to the north. that will tap into tropical moisture all the way down by hawaii. this low pressure area will act like a wall. this moisture is going to hit the wall. and get shoved to the east. it's going to hit an area that's going to get rainfall. right now it looks like the that will be northern california and the bay area. we will be the bulls eye for a lot of tropical moisture. we're dry through tomorrow evening. the first wave moves through wednesday. it will be wet and windy. a break on thursday. then friday, saturday, sunday, perhaps monday, three or four days of heavy rainfall. so it's later this week but it's coming. mid 60s tomorrow. san francisco 62. san jose 64
night but not as cold the past couple of nights. looking at low 50s for livermore, san jose. warm spots are oakland and san francisco right now in the mid to upper 50s. tomorrow morning wake up to 52 in san francisco going for that ely morning jog in redwood city, 46 in san jose, 46 degrees. high deaf doppler completely dry but boy do we have a change coming. the rain will arrive on friday between now and then we have high pressure still in control for one more day but will be moving out. right on the northern fringe of things. if you were in marin county today, mostly cloudy in san jose and monterey mostly sunny. will be once again tomorrow, a lot of sunshine, and actually because of the storm system well off to the west we're getting more of a southerly flow so a rain system is actually helping us be sunny and warm. low pressure wins the battle in the sky. it's going to start raining on friday. it will rain friday, saturday, sunday. i'm running off fingers, monday, and tuesday. a lot of rain fall moving into the bay area. five straight days with the rain chance it begins on friday. to
at the burbank airport. several people are trying to fly out of oakland and san jose tweeted they were stuck because of that outage. if flights were delayed about an hour tonight. >> frustrating, because i think the lights were out before we actually boarded the plane. and they didn't tell us. they thought they were going to be able to get over there, fix it and it would be done. >> the outage effects the departures runway. arrivals runway, that's open, but it's up to the airlines to decide whether they want to fly in. >>> he was on the run for several months, but a bay area rapper's luck finally ran out in vegas. the feds caught up to him. now he's taking center stage in an international drug ring investigation. >> reporter: they call him miami the most, a rapper whose real name is michael lott. he belongs to biz entertainment. they were a group of rappers doubling as drug dealers. investigators say they have video of lott and other entertainment rappers selling ecstasy and cocaine to undercover operators. according to investigators, lott was not alone. a host of other rappers were allegedl
into the 50's. this afternoon in san jose, nearly 30 degrees cooler. mid 50's. some more showers building to our north. we're dry on the peninsula right now but new showers moving into marin county and also sonoma county. i'll have a look at your weekend forecast, talk about which night is going to be the coldest and breaking news about el nino. i'll have that coming up. >>> and new tonight, a raging fire destroyed a house in san francisco's monterey heights neighborhood. a neighbor shot this video just moments after flames broke out around 6:30. the neighbor tells us the house had been abandoned for many years and was currently being renovated. flames also torched the wall of a nearby house. >>> tonight the u.s. military is taking disciplinary action against a group of elite navy seal's because of what the men did for a bay area company. cbs 5 reporter christin ayers shows us the video game that may reveal government secrets. >> reporter: they call it medal of honor war fighter. a war video game so life-like that its creators, redwood city based electronic arts, consulted with current me
at a home in san jose, the manhunt for the husband. >> reporter: family members have confirmed the victim is a trisha nanenzoa. they say they have enough suspect to make him a suspect in her murder and they are saying, turn yourself in. >> reporter: family members arrived at the scene only to realize their worst fears were true. >> she was a wonderful woman. she didn't deserve this. >> reporter: at one time tonya and her two young boys lived in the home with her all patricia -- aunt patricia and her husband. >> i know that a whop was sleeping with troy. >> reporter: around 77:00 this morning a woman was in the intrawick a hoodie around her. >> i look at him as scum. >> reporter: they say he was a black belt in martial arts. he describe as violent fight he had. >> he threw me into the shower and i did the same. >> i want you to turn yourself in. don't take the easy way out because i know that's your next route. turn yourself in and let be everybody face what you just did to ruin our family. >> reporter: it took police two hours to get to the scene much the call first came in at about
tomorrow around san jose is going to be sloppy. latest computer models suggest a half inch of rainfall for santa rosa with half of that toward hayward and less for san jose. you can look at doppler radar at cbs sf. com. wait until you see how much sunshine in the forecast. coming up next. >> cbs 5 reporter shows us while the thief was casing the house. the house was casing her. >> he stole the items off the porch in six seconds. >> i want to say this lady messed with the wrong techi. >> a cloud computer expert that recently installed smart high definition surveillance cameras complete are motion detection, night vision and instant e mail alerts. the woman was shadowing the ups truck on myer park circle. she stole a paper bag full of food donations for the needy. >> perhaps she needed the food. >> it's entirely possible. >> it's the time of year for this type of crime but also say this theft could have been prevented. 20 minutes before the same camera captured the ups delivery man as he dropped off the package but did not knock on the door even though someone was home. ups hired more th
trial as an adult. plus say that he and a 26-year-old rob aid string of san jose businesses before killing a 22-year-old for his car. the crime spree left the officer hurt. >>> the state is broke. uc students and their campuses are struggling, so this came as a bit of surprise today. they will pay the new chancellor, $486,000 a year, which is 50,000 more than the current chancellor makes. extra money will come from private donations. that has a lot of people upset tonight. >>reporter: it certainly does, dana. he is the 10th chancellor. his name is nicholas dirk and making 50,000 more than his predecessor. it's feeling fire tonight at protestors. >>reporter: 5:30 tonight, police show us to a hall where students have chained themselves inside. their administration demonstration is -- demonstration is protesting lowy to barge in. they will seriously injure or kill these students. >>reporter: this man says the 50,000 pay increase isn't sitting well with many students the on campus. >> now you see there's no money. you have to raise your fees again by 24% over the next four years but we
and tuesday. san jose 72. san mateo 70. san ramon75. nuvado 74. exteneded forecast, low 80 inland on sunday. this is november. we'll have upper 70s near the bay. we'll stay warm near record heat monday and tuesday and cool down by thursday with showers returning next friday. we'll be right back. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...on the home opener tonig. warriors exc >>> nba up top of the warriors. a packed house. the hope opener tonight. the warriors excited to be taking on memphis. brandon rush going in for the dunk. comes off with a small forward. a knee injury. he's got on mri tomorrow. they had to go on. memphis, 21 points off of the turnovers. warriors would go on a nice run there. warriors kept it close tying at 38 in the first half. second half, a game high 26. but how many times have we seen it? strong first half, within the second half. rudie gay with a slam. he had 80 points. short of a 104-94 decision. and as you look at the slam again, all the talk in the locker room was on rush. >> i think that took a little bit out of us just because this is a tight knit group. unfortunate break. but
average, san jose and oakland, below average. the high-def doppler is working overtime. walnut creek all the way south to san ramon and dublin, you're seeing showers. in the south bay, we're seeing showers as far as south of sunnyvale, but you stayed dry for the trick-or-treating this evening. a cold front is going through the bay area. that's what's giving us the showers tonight. that's what will make things a little messy for the morning commute. but then by tomorrow afternoon, that moves out and something new moves in. this area of high pressure begins to build in tomorrow with some sunshine. we really get the sunshine and strong high pressure coming up over the weekend. the first week in november will feel more like mid september. rain likely through the morning commute. some sunshine late tomorrow. then a truckload full of sunshine for your weekend. upper 60's for tomorrow. concord do, 69. palo alto, 66. you'll get some late sunshine in walnut creek with a high of 70. and we're looking at highs in the upper 60's for san rafael. it's all about the sunshine after tomorrow. friday thro
francisco and san jose are more than a dozen bay area police agencies also using these scanners, along with the california highway patrol. allen martin, cbs 5. >>> george lucas is going to make millions selling his empire. tonight we've learned how he's going to give a lot of that money today. a hollywood reporter says lucas will donate more than a billion to charity. one likely recipient could be his educational foundation. he joins fellow billionaires warren buffet and bill gates in vowing to give most of their wealth away. >>> you know the old saying, a day late, a dollar short? one woman almost missed her ticket. she bought a ticket worth 23 million in the california superlotto last may. at some point she tossed it in the glove box and forget about it. her daughter saw a surveillance photo of her on the cbs 5 eyewitness news and texted her, 25 days before the deadline. she said, hey, mom, they're looking for you. you're the winner. the winner, who lives in southern california, has a large family, including several adopted special needs children. she says the money could not come a
of next week we should be dry. get ready for the rain, show. livermore, 64. santa clara, 63. san jose, 63. antioch tomorrow, 64. mill valley, 61. we will be wet on the peninsula as well. showers continue saturday, early sunday. they will clear out late sunday. monday, tuesday, looking dry. back to the showers on wednesday. the first day you can go outside and get some crabs... we went out and got a little treat for the crew here. >> how big? >> it's very big! >> i've got the company credit card. can i get two pounds? just kidding. we'll take two. we're gonna get messy! >> yes, we are. >> i'll tell you what... >> it don't matter if you get messy when you're eating good crabs. can't do this in oklahoma. they don't have crabs. >> this is beautiful! >> very good. so you went down to -- >> the wharf. >> alioto's restaurant? >> yes. they're not cheap but i would submit it's that time of year and they're worth it. >> so they're saying their wholesale deal was about $3 a pound. >> i paid highly more than that. >> i bet you did. but i understand you can figure about $6 a pound. beginning tomorrow
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